|Other titles||Via vitae of Saint Benedict|
|Statement||by Bernard Hayes ; with an introd by J.C. Hedley.|
|Contributions||Hedley, John Cuthbert, 1837-1915.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 352 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||352|
Excerpt from The Via Vitæ of St. Benedict: The Holy Rule Arranged for Mental Prayer Divine things and on God. With Cassian, he was far from thinking that the attainment of contempla tion - that is to say, of anything like continuous and intense application of the spirit to God - was an easy : Dom Bernard Hayes. Genre/Form: Meditations: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hayes, Bernard, O.S.B., Via vitae of St. Benedict. New York: Benziger Brothers, See this legally free ebook: The Via Vitae of St. Benedict: The Holy Rule Arranged for Mental Prayer, by Dom Bernard Hayes, with an Introduction by the Right Rev. J.C. Hedley, O.S.B. (London, Glasg. The Via Vitae of St. Benedict: The Holy Rule Arranged for Mental Prayer Item PreviewPages:
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Via Viae Of St. Benedict by Bernard Hayes, . Full text of "The Via Vitae of St. Benedict: The Holy Rule Arranged for Mental Prayer" See other formats. St. Benedict’s Rule for Monasteries at Project Gutenberg, translated by Leonard J. Doyle "The Holy Rule of St. Benedict". Translated by Boniface Verheyen. Publications. Gregory the Great. "Life and Miracles of St Benedict". Dialogues. Book 2. pp. 51– Guéranger, Prosper ().Born: c. AD 2 March , Norcia, Umbria, . Benedictine Oblate Newsletter No. 15, June Via Vitae way of life Benedictine Oblates of The World Community for Christian Meditation On the 9 September , James Bishop, a successful computer software executive, thought his life was going to end violently.
TOTHEDEVOUTREADER. Theauthorofthislittlebook,y theGreat,SupremePontiff,wasbornin, aboutthreeyearsprevioustothedeathof SaintBenedict. In With Lamps Burning, Sister Grace McDonald traced the growth of Saint Benedict’s Monastery from its establishment in Minnesota in to its centennial in It is the purpose of this sequel to capture the exciting and often troublesome challenges that faced this community in the last half of the twentieth century. St. Benedict and his twin sister, St. Scholastica, are buried at the Benedictine monastery on Monte Cassino in Cassino, Italy. Life The only recognized authority for the facts of Benedict’s life is book 2 of the Dialogues of St. Gregory I, who said that he had obtained his information from four of Benedict’s disciples. Benedictine Oblate Newsletter - No. 10 - June Via Vitae A Way of Life 4 Benedictine Oblate Newsletter - No. 10 - June My daily meditation sessions, the reading of the Divine Office and Joan Chittister’s book “The Rule of St Benedict” were my lifeline. The great gift of meditation is life changing. There came a time when.